Killbear Provincial Park is a park located on Georgian Bay in Parry Sound District, Ontario near the town of Nobel.
Activities in the park include camping, swimming, boating, cycling and fishing. The park's proximity to southern Ontario make it very popular, especially in peak season, and reservations are often necessary despite its large number of campsites. The campsites are divided into campgrounds which are often focused on a feature like a beach. They include: Beaver Dams, Blind Bay, Georgian, Granite Saddle, Harold Point, Kilcoursie Bay, and Lighthouse.
Killbear combines sandy beaches with the granite and pines of the Canadian Shield. The park provides habitat for the threatened eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake, Ontario's only venomous snake. There are many "Please Brake for Snakes" signs along the park's roadways. Other reptiles found in the park include the:
Canadian songwriter Hayden Desser has a song entitled "Killbear" on his 2004 album Elk-Lake Serenade.
2010 marked the 50th Anniversary of the official opening of Killbear Provincial Park.
- ^ , map of Killbear campgrounds, 3 December 2011
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